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The Gods of the Copybook Headings by Rudyard Kipling

AS I PASS through my incarnations in every age and race, I make my proper prostrations to the Gods of the Market Place. Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall, And the Gods of the Copybook Headings, I notice, outlast them all. We were living in trees when they met us. They […]

Separating Myth From Reality About Influenza and Vaccines

Separating Myth From Reality About Influenza and Vaccines

Every year pharmacies advertise the availability of influenza vaccines, sometimes as early as August. Health experts advise the optimum time for a vaccination is the end of September or during October. Receiving the vaccine too early will decrease its efficacy before the end of influenza season. On the other hand, since life is busy and it easy to […]

UK New Power Duo Tyler Ford and Phoebe Austin

UK New Power Duo Tyler Ford and Phoebe Austin

Ten-year-old martial arts champion Tyler Ford and 13-year-old singing and songwriting prodigy Phoebe Austin are getting together! Perhaps that two most talked about youngsters in the U.K. right now are Phoebe Austin and Tyler Ford. They are both media child powerhouses in their own right. Teaming up with a combined age of 23 they will […]

Planning for Future Elder Care Needs

Planning for Future Elder Care Needs

Planning for elder care services is the kindest thing a person could do for their youngsters or potential caregivers. It may seem daunting to make decisions about the type of care desired when no longer able to live alone without assistance. Sites ranging from organizations, such as SeniorCare and AARP, to government agencies, like the CDC […]

Category 3 Hurricane Michael Surges Towards Florida’s Gulf Coast

Category 3 Hurricane Michael Surges Towards Florida’s Gulf Coast

Hurricane Michael, quite possibly the largest ever to threaten Florida’s northern Coast has gained speed. The category 3 hurricane is estimated to make landfall by Wednesday afternoon with high winds of 125 mph, recently increased from 120 mph by Tuesday afternoon, October 9, 2018. As the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend areas are in the most imminent danger, […]

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